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San Francisco County, CA November 6, 2012 Election
Member, County Board of Education; County of San Francisco Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Dec 17 1:47pm
(1164 Total Other Write-In Votes 0.15%)
Candidates (Vote for 4)
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Sandra Lee Fewer 128500 votes 16.94%

  • Occupation: Member,Board of Education
Jill Wynns 106531 votes 14.04%
  • Occupation: School Board Member
Rachel P. Norton Click here for more information about this candidate 102033 votes 13.45%
  • Occupation: School Board Member
  • Elected to SF Board of Education in 2008;
  • Public school parent since 2002;
  • Argonne ES School Site Council Co-Chair 2006-7;
  • Member, SF CAC for Special Education, 2006-9
  • Raising achievement and increasing academic opportunities for all students in SFUSD;
  • Making responsible and accountable budget decisions aligned with district priorities;
  • Improving the quality of food served to students and ensuring that all students can access appealing and nutritious meals at school.
Matt Haney Click here for more information about this candidate 100552 votes 13.25%
  • Occupation: Education Policy Director
  • Executive Director, UC Student Association, advocating directly for 200,000 UC students statewide
  • BA UC Berkeley, MA Stanford School of Education, JD Stanford Law School, LLM National University Ireland
  • Co-Founder and Chair, Citizen Hope, bringing thousands of dollars/hundreds of volunteers to San Francisco schools
  • Member, Public Education Enrichment Fund Community Advisory Committee, advising the district on allocating critical funds for sports, music, and arts
  • Appointee, Attorney General Kamala Harris' Education and Truancy Work Group, and former Legislative Aide
  • Tutor, mentor, and San Francisco School Volunteer at elementary, middle and high school levels
  • College and career readiness for all and proven approaches to closing the racial opportunity/achievement gap, including after-school and summer school
  • A relevant and engaging curriculum, including innovative partnerships to bring experiential real-world learning to our schools
  • Securing the resources and support our educators needs to be successful, including enrichment funds for arts, libraries, sports and music
Kim Garcia-Meza Click here for more information about this candidate 59930 votes 7.9%
  • Occupation: Early Childhood Educator
  • Preschool Director & Small Business Owner
  • Bilingual Public School Teacher for 10+
  • Public & Independent School Parent
  • SFUSD Bilingual Community Council, Chair
  • Stanford University, Alumni
  • University of San Francisco, Masters in Teaching
  • Budget Accountability and Transparency
  • Early Literacy
  • Family Engagement & Advocacy
Shamann Walton Click here for more information about this candidate 58194 votes 7.67%
  • Occupation: Nonprofit Executive Director
  • Masters Degree in Public Administration
  • Increasing district revenue by leveraging federal and private resources;
  • Decreasing the academic "achievement gap" for Latino, Pacific Islander, African American, Children with Special Needs and English Learner students;
  • Creating an "After High School Going Culture" for all SFUSD students (by providing career and higher education opportunities);
Sam Rodriguez Click here for more information about this candidate 50554 votes 6.66%
  • Occupation: Education Workforce Advisor
  • Parent
  • District PTA Legislative Chair
  • Invest in Science, Math, Technology and Arts Education for PreK-5th grade to attract, retain and train the best teachers in these fields
  • Pursue bold and innovative ways to stabilize the SFUSD workforce and find pragmatic solutions to stop the lay-offs
  • Build a "Pre-Trade Skills Hub" at the middle school level, to promote economic opportunity, and further advance closing the academic and skills gap
Gladys Soto Click here for more information about this candidate 49839 votes 6.57%
  • Occupation: Mother
  • Masters Degree in Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Former Associate Executive Director for the Mission Council on Alcohol Abuse
  • Elected Delegate for the California Democratic Party Assembly District 13
  • Member, San Francisco Unified School District Bilingual Advisory Committee
  • Member, Parent Voices San Francisco
  • Bring Latino and ESL speaker representation to the Board of Education
  • Make San Francisco's public schools equitable for all students
  • Dedicate more resources to K-3 reading programs to increase every student's opportunity for success at the middle and high school levels
Beverly Ho-A-Yun Popek Click here for more information about this candidate 36059 votes 4.75%
  • Occupation: Educator
  • Master of Arts, Anthropology
  • Adjunct Instructor - Skyline College - Anthropology
  • Contract Compliance Officer - City and County of SF
  • Active Public School Parent
  • Academic Achievement for All of Our Students
  • Strategic Community Collaborations
  • Funding
Victoria Lo Click here for more information about this candidate 35779 votes 4.72%
  • Occupation: Pediatric Healthcare Professional
  • Math and Science Education
  • School-based Health Centers
  • Achievement Gap
Paul Robertson 29562 votes 3.9%
  • Occupation: Small Business Owner

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